In the mid-1980s, before the boom of Prosecco began, my sister Ersiliana and I started this path as wine producers, together with my husband, Piero Balcon. It was a very particular time when the majority of the winemakers were men, so we were breaking the traditional pattern. Our father, Livio, sixty years ago, used to cultivate and work his vineyards, owned a small winery, and produced the artisanal wine of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene area: Col Fondo, which is a type of bottle-refermented sparkling wine. He and our grandfather Martino were able to pass on to us the curiosity to discover the expressions of our territory, but also the courage, the same that drove us to travel the world as Sorelle Bronca. Today we have 25 hectares of vineyards throughout the Prosecco Superiore DOCG area. Not only dedicated to the production of sparkling wines but also the cultivation of red and white varieties for our Colli di Conegliano and the cultivation of olives. We produce about 350,000 bottles a year. Our winemaking philosophy has been focused on sustainability, generating an organic balance in our vineyards, and enhancing the value of our territory. We are certified according to the Sistema di Qualità Nazionale Produzione Integrata (SQNPI mark) protocol throughout our production chain. Such certification allows you to use the bee’s trademark, recognized by the Ministry of Agriculture for integrated agriculture. Particelle a synonym for identity. Our production journey with the particelle began with the Particella 68 in 2001, intending to express the unique character of the Rive di Colbertaldo. Sometime later, we discovered the Particella 232 in the Rive di Farrò, an elegant and honest expression that became the symbol of rebellious palates. Then we reached the peak with the Particella 181, the most velvety, tropical, and intense expression of the ferrous clays of Rua di Feletto. Speaking about Particelle encompasses an ecosystem rich in life, biodiversity, landscape, human endeavor, creativity, culture, and art. Today, the hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene are a UNESCO world heritage site. Our most important role as producers is to enrich this ecosystem, to enhance our uniqueness. These hills are unrepeatable, like a particella.